West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church
Welcome Kiya Heartwood

Welcome Kiya Heartwood

June 17, 2018

by Special Guest Worship Leader Kiya Heartwood and

Martha Boesel

Worship Associate

Award-winning roots rock and folk singer-songwriter Kiya Heartwood is stopping by West Shore on her East Coast Tour of UU churches and house concerts, before performing at General Assembly in Kansas City. Kiya is the Artistic Director of the People's Orchestra of Austin, TX. The UK's Broadway Baby describes her as "an award-winning American singer-songwriter who writes smart, funny and poignant songs about the famous and not so famous legends of America." Kiya's music serves up a lively batch of original songs that follow two of the oldest traditions of folk music—storytelling and political broadside.

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A Question of Balance: Mind, Body, Spirit

A Question of Balance: Mind, Body, Spirit

March 11, 2018

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by Ken Lowry

Guest Worship Leader and

Dana Morgan

Worship Associate

In early (First Century) Judaism and in many other cultures, there was no such thing as “Religion.” It was not until the invention of Christianity as a religion that cultures started to separate the spiritual/religious from the rest of the human experience. In this era of rebalancing religion, how can we allow ourselves to integrate our mind, body, and spirit into one harmonious way of being in the world? How does that inform our living tradition of Unitarian Universalism?

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